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University Carlos III of Madrid Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering (Bilingual, Spanish)
University Carlos III of Madrid

Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering (Bilingual, Spanish)

Leganés, Spain

4 Years

English, Spanish

Full time

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Sep 2024

EUR 7,000 / per year *

On-Campus

* for non-European students | for EU students: € 1,500/year

Introduction

The goal of the Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering is to form professionals who can work in a wide variety of professional areas such as project management and administration, consulting, civil service, business organization and management, and industrial equipment design.

Students in the program will obtain a multidisciplinary education with broad knowledge in different technological fields such as machinery, automation, electronics, electricity, and materials, among others, enabling them to adapt with ease to the constantly evolving technological developments.

The degree can be studied in a bilingual mode and allows direct access to the University Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering. Authorization to exercise the regulated profession of industrial engineering is obtained only through this master’s degree program.

Graduates holding this degree are greatly valued by companies, as demonstrated by their 100% employability rate, confirmed by different studies carried out by professional engineering associations and UC3M.

Studies with a bilingual option

In this degree, the university offers the opportunity to study in English more than half of the subjects of the studies program. Once you have been admitted, you will choose, at the time of enrollment, the language in which you will study by the following conditions:

  • In groups in English, all work (classes, drills, exercises, tests, etc.) will be conducted in English.
  • During the first year, it must establish an English B2 level, perform a test, and provide one of the supported official certificates or any way determined by the university. In the first weeks of the course will inform students how they can prove their level.
  • The courses offered in English are in the studies program.
  • In case there are more applications than places available in English, interested persons will be ranked according to their admission grade.
  • If you are enrolled in English and exceed at least 50% of the credits offered at the UC3M, in the DS appears a mention of bilingual studies.

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